A couple of cops here are under investigation for sneaking in some cannabis-laced food during a raid. Ostensibly just out of curiousity. So far it looks like their punishment might be harsh. What do you think about this?

Shouldn't cops understand what being high feels like? And what were they...stoopid? Why on earth would they tell someone...that's just dumb. I'm assuming that's how the news got out.

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Shouldn't cops understand what being high feels like? Sure. But that doesn't mean stealing seized goods and consuming them on the job

i think they will get away with it, like they always do, the worse cops seem to get is paid leave,

@deusvult i think they will get away with it, like they always do, the worse cops seem to get is paid leave,

Oh hey. One of the cops has either gotten fired or quit his job...out of shame?

Well, yes...some cops really do take advantage!

@Sukiesnow Oh hey. One of the cops has either gotten fired or quit his job...out of shame? Well, yes...some cops really do...

quitting is not the same as being punished by law.

remember the cops who tazed the man in the vancouver airport? even though their was video evidence the man was not aggressive as well as many eye witnesses, not one of those cops have been charged with any crime, when they should have been charged with murder in the first degree

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It's happening here.

If anything...they should be punished for being stupid....and letting the news get out.

Sneaking the illegal food where now?
To the raid? So, the officers involved could have been impaired?

The people involved were stupid and careless and should be charged with whatever they make stick. I'm a friend of police - I am NOT a friend of stupid and unlawful police.

Isn't it legal now in Canada? Why is it even a matter?

If it's the Toronto cops who were involved in an incident back in January, seems they've been charged with "attempting to obstruct justice and breach of trust". The news got out because one of them called for back-up when he felt like he was going to pass out, felt he was hallucinating, and his partner had disappeared. His partner was later found up a tree.

Yeah, I think it's okay for police to understand what it feels like to high. I knew a police chief who smoked pot now and then, on his time off. He is still a police chief. These guys obviously made some really foolish choices, and their charges seem fair.

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